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Archive | October, 2005

Mathibela Sebothoma

by Jackie Reid Dettloff, photo by Peter DiAntoni The Neighbor Spotlight focuses this month on a man who is a recent arrival to Riverwest. Mathibela Sebothoma moved into the rectory at St. Mary Czestochowa last December when he began his studies at Marquette University. He came here from South Africa where he lived through a […]

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Pet Rescue Mission

by Tim Lambrecht When Annette French, owner of Dragonfly (1117 E. Brady St.), and her niece Jessica St. John heard stories of abandoned and starving animals in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, they were determined to do something to help. They are both animal lovers, and Annette had animal rescue work experience from her work […]

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Craig Wroten

by Yolanda White Like so many other community-based organizations, HOPI operates on a shoestring budget, love and passion for the community and a commitment to harmonic and prosperous living for its members. Wroten says that each block is uniquely different and he could spend a week or more on each block, solving problems and addressing […]

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Editorial

Hey, Joe, you don’t sue your neighbor. Oh, I forgot, Attorney Joseph Kaye isn’t a neighbor, or neighborly for that matter. When I met him about a year ago he came to me fishing for a story in the Riverwest Currents about how unfair it was that Julilly Kohler was getting the opportunity to develop […]

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October 2005

1 SATURDAY ART BAR: Artist Party! One Drum 5:30pm ARTWALK: See page 3 for details. BREMEN CAFE: Edie Carey w/ Brice Woodall $10 CIRCLE A: Alive at 8 w/ Bean Hoy 8pm CLUB TIMBUKTU: Drum Making Workshop w/ Jahmes Finlayson2-4pm. King Solomon 9pm CHARLES ALLIS ART MUSEUM: Volunteer Garden Work Day. Open to all gardeners. […]

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